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ANGLIA. A Table collected of the Yeres of our Lord God, and

of the yeres of the Kynges of England froin the first yere of Willyam Conquerour. 8° Lond. 1564.

- 8° Lond. 1571. The Execution of Justice in England, for the maintenaunce of publique and Christian Peace against certeine Stirrers of Sedition. 4° Lond. 1583.

Anglica, Hibernica, Normannica, Cambrica, a veteribus scripta ; ex quibus Asser Menevensis, Anonyinus de vita Gulielmi Conquestoris, Thomas Walsingham, Thomas de la More, Gulielmus Gemiticensis, Giraldus Cambrensis : plerique nunc primum in lucem editi, ex Bibliotheca Guilielmi Camdeni. fol. Francof. 1602.

Articles concluded at Paris, the 24th of Feb. 1605, by Commissioners of King James and Henrie IV. 4° Lond. 1606.

- The Glory of England, or a true Description of many excellent prerogatives and remarkable blessings whereby shee triumpheth over all the Nations in the World, by T. G. 4° Lond. 1619.

England's Complaint to Jesus Christ against the Bishops Canons. 1640.

A Good Wish for England, or Englands Lord deliver us. fol. 1641.

The Copie of a Letter sent ovt of England to an Ambassadour in France for the K. of Spaine, declaring the state of England contrary to the opinion of Don Bernardin. 4° Lond. 1641.

-- England's loyalty' in ioyful expressions for the City of Londons safety. 4° Lond. 1641.

Several Votes concerning the securing of the Kingdome of England and Dominion of Wales. 15 Mar. 1641. fol. Lond. 1641.

Divers Orders by both the Honourable House of Parliament for setting this Kingdome in a posture of defence. 40 Lond. 1641.

- Englands Glory in her royall King and honourable Assembly in the Court of Parliament above her former usurped lordly Bishops Synod. 4° 1641.

A Conference between the two great Monarchs of France and Spaine concerning these our present proceedings in England. 4° 1641.

- A Discourse shewing in what state the three Kingdomes are in at this present. 4° 1641.

– England's Doxologie, by I. L. 4° Lond. 1641.

- An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons for the safety and defence of the Kingdom of England, and Dominion of Wales. 4° Lond. 1641.

Prodigies and Apparitions, or England's Warning Pieces, by J. V. 8° Lond. [1642]

ANGLIA. A View of the present Condition of the three Kingdomes of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 4° Lond. 1642.

A Copie of a Letter sent by Mr. Speaker to all the Corporations in England. Also a Speech by the Earl of Cork to the Protestant Lords, Knights, &c. of Ireland Jan. 20. 1641. 4° Lond. 1642. - Matters of great consequence and worthy of Note to all England. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A Letter to the Kingdom of England to stand upon their Watch. fol. 1612.

Englands Complaint or the Church her Lamentation. 4° Lond. [1642.]

- The Interest of England how it consists in Vnity of the Protestant Religion. 4° Lond. 1612.

- Englands Division, and Irelands Distraction : containing a Declaration of the present state of England and Ireland. 4° Lond. 1642.

- The Grand Case of England, so fiercely now disputed by Fire and Sword, epitomized. 4° Lond. 1642. - A briefe Abstract of the Question of Precedency betweene England and Spain. 4° Lond. 1642.

- England's Miserie if not prevented by the speedie remedie of a happy union between his Majestie and this Parliament. 4° Lond. 1642.

The Popes Briefe or Bull of Dispensation, directed to the Catholikes of England. 4° Lond. 1642.

A Memento for Yeomen, Merchants, Citizens and all the Commons in England. 4° Lond. 1642.

Some New Observations and Considerations on the present state of the Kingdom. 4° Lond. 1642. - A Declaration of the Lords and Commons concerning the pressing Necessities of this Kingdom. 4° Lond. 1642.

England's Diurnall, or Passages of State executed by (and against) the knowne Law of the Land. 4° 1642.

- Englands absolute Monarchy or Government of Greate Britaine. 4• Lond. 1642.

- An Ordinance by the Lords and Commons for the preservation of the Westerne Parts of the Kingdome. 4° Lond. 1642.

– England's Division, and Irelands Distraction. 4° Lond. 1642.

- The Commons Petition of long amicted England to the Chiefe Chancellor of Heaven and onely Judge of Earth ; publ. by C. I. 4° Lond. 1642.

Englands Safety in Navie and Fortifications, the common Interest both of King and People. 4° Lond. 1642. ,

- The Forme of Government of the Kingdome of England collected out of the fundamental Lawes and Statutes of this Kingdome. Lond. 1642.


ANGLIA. The General Resolvtion of the two Kingdoms of England and Scotland. 4° Lond. 1642.

Many wonderful and very remarkeable Passages, which hath come to passe within the Memorie of Man here in this our Nation. 4° Lond. 1642.

An Advertisement to the whole Kingdom of England, but more especially to the City of London. 4° Lond. 1642.

- This last Ages Looking-Glasse : or England's Sad Elligie, by S. H. 4° York, 1642.

- Two Declarations of the Lords & Commons assembled in Parliament: the one for the preservation and safety of the Kingdome, and the Towne of Hull; the other concerninge the distractions and grievances this Kingdom now lieth in. 4° Lond. 1642.

- A New (and too true) Description of England, in a familier Dialogue betweene Chrystopher a Cavallier, and Barnaby a Caviller. 4° Lond. 1643.

A Parallel between the Israelites desiring of King Saul, & Englands desiring of a Parliament. 4° Lond. 1643.

A Direction for the English Traveller. 4° Lond. 1643.

- England's petition to the two Houses assembled in Parliament. 4° Lond. 1643.

- A Discovery what God through his Servant hath caused to be manifested unto the Regents or Rulers in England. 4° Lond. 1643.

- Pactum et Fædus sånctum pro Religione reformanda & conservandâ, pro Authoritate & Majestatis Regis tuenda, pro Pace trium Regnorum Angliæ, Scotiæ, & Hiberniæ stabilienda, solenniter initum. 4° Lond. 1643.

The Declaration of the Kingdomes of England & Scotland joyned in Arms for the Vindication of their Religion, Liberties, and Laws against the popish prelaticall and malignant Party. 4° Lond. 1643.

- 24° 1643.

-- Gall. Lond. 1643. Englands Humble Remonstrance to their King and to their Parliament. 4° Lond. 1643.

The Remonstrance of the Commons of England to the House of Commons assembled in Parliament. 4° 1643.

- A Letter sent to his Majestie from a Member of the H. of Commons concerning the great Affaires and Distractions of this Kingdom. 4° Lond. 1643.

- Plain Dealing with England in matter of Conscience between the King and Parliament. 4° Lond. 1643.

Some New Observations on the present state of things in England, by J. S. 40

- The Danger wherein the Kingdome of England now standeth & the Remedy for the present safety therof. 4° Lond. 1643.

ANGLIA. The Kingdoms Case: or the Question resolved whether

the Kings Subjects of this Realme of England may ayd each other in repressing the persons now assernbled together under the name of the Kings Army. 4° Lond. 1643.

-- 4° Lond. 1649. A Disclaimer and Answer of the Commons of England of and unto a Libell intituled “the Remonstrance of the Commons of England to the House of Commons assembled in Parliament.” 4° Lond. 1643.

- Englands Petition to their King. 4o 1643.

- An Advertisement for a Meeting at Merchant Taylors Hall to sign a Petition for raising the whole people of the land. 4o 1643.

-Englands Covenant proved lawfull, and necessary also at this time, both by Scripture and Reason: by S.C. 4° Lond. 1643.

- Touching the fundamentall Lawes or politique Constitution of this Kingdome, the King's Negative Voice, & the Power of Parliaments : to which is annexed the Priviledge and Power of Parl. touching the Militia. 4° Lond. 1643.

A briefe Declaration of all the Civil Warres that have happened in England. 4° Lond. 1643.

Englands Alarm to War against the Beast, in 3 Sections. 4o 1643.

— Englands second Alarm to War against the Beast. 4° 1643.

Englands third Alarm to Warre. 4° Lond. 1643.

- Englands Selected Characters, describing the good and bad Worthies of this Age. 4° Lond. 1643.

- A Remonstrance of the Commons in Parliament on the present state of the Kingdome. 4° Lond. 1643.

The Subject's Liberty set forth in the royall & politique Power of England. 4° Lond. 1643.

Carmen Elegiacum, England's Elegie or Lamentation, by N. C. 4" (1643.)

-Englands Remembrancer, or a Warning from Heaven. 4° Lond. 1644.

A Briefe Answer to a Book called “ The Declaration of the Kingdomes of England and Scotland.” 4° Oxf. 1644.

An Ordinance of Parliament for the explanation of a former Ordinance for taking and receiving the Accompts of the Kingdom. 4° Lond. 1644.

England and Scotland : or the Proceedings of the Pari liament of England, the Confession of the Church of Scotland. Also severall Advertisements. 4° Oxf. 1644.

- A briefe Relation of the present Troubles in England : transl. from the French. 4° Orf. 1645.

England's Remembrancer : or a Catalogue of the severall Victories and Strong Holds obtained by the Parliaments Forces from June 1645. 4° Lond. 1645.

- edit. alt. Lond. 1645. Englands Niads in a Nut-Shell. 12° Oxf. 1645.


ANGLIA. Distracted England's Lamentation dangerously lying upon her sicke bed. 4° Lond. 1646.

Englands Monument of Mercies in her miraculous Preservations from manifold Plots, Conspiracies, &c. fol. Lond. 1646.

Englands Petition to God's deare Servant and her dread Soveraigne Charles King of Great Britaine. 4o 1646.

- A Warning for all the Counties of England to awake speedily out of their dreames. 4° Lond. [1646.]

- The Ballance put into the hand of every rationall English-Man to poize the state of this Kingdome. 4° Lond. 1646.

The Interest of England maintained : the Honour of the Parl. vindicated : &c. 4° Lond. 1646.

Vox Cæli to England, or Englands fore-warning from Heaven : by. Theophilus Philalethes Toxander. 4° Lond. 1646.

Englands Petition to their Soveraigne King. 4° Lond. 1646.

- A true and perfect Relation of a Conspjracy discovered by a Jew in Turkie against the English. 4° Lond. 1646.

The Case of the Kingdom stated according to the proper Interests of the severall parties ingaged : by M. N. 4° Lond. 1647.

- the third Edit. with Addition by the Author M. N. 4° Lond. 1647.

- Anti-Machiavell: an Answer to “ The Case of the Kingdom stated.” 4° Lond. 1647.

Englands Mad Petition to the Right Honourable the &c. 4° Lond. 1647. - A little Eye-salve for the Kingdome & Armie that they may see. 4° [1647.]

— Englands deadly Disease to bee sick of a king. 4° Lond. 1647.

A plain, short, and probable Expedient to settle the present distractions of both Kingdomes. 40 1647.

- The plaine Englishman his discreet Advice in these distracted times. 4° Lond. 1647.

- Vox Populi : or the Supplication and Proposals of the Subjects of this miserable Kingdom languishing and almost expiring under the heavy burden of Free Quarter. 4° Lond.


- A generall Charge of impeachment of High-Treason against the Communality of England, as was presented by experienced Reason, Anno 1647. 4° Lond. 1647.

England know thy Drivers & their Driver. 4° Lond. 1647.

– England's Wolf with Eagle's Claws. fol. Lond. 1647.

Englands Remedy of a deadly Malady : the Wise-womans saving the City Abel, by delivering the head of Sheba, who was a traitor to the Commonwealth of Israel. 4° 1647.

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